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Tricia Weel

Tricia Weel

I’m a lifelong writer, and worked as a journalist in community newspapers for more than a decade, from White Rock to Parksville and Qualicum Beach, to Abbotsford and Surrey, from 2001-2012. After working in communications for several years, I switched my focus to running a home-based business with my husband, and helped grow that into a successful enterprise. Writing has always been a passion for me, however, and I returned to the journalism industry in 2022, to the Peace Arch News, where I first started while still a journalism student on a practicum in 2001.
tricia.weel@peacearchnews.com

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604-542-7407
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tricia.weel@peacearchnews.com

Recent Work by Tricia

Man wanted B.C.-wide now the suspect of a hit-and-run on an RCMP officer

Man wanted B.C.-wide now the suspect of a hit-and-run on an RCMP officer

‘We are asking you, Mr. Haas, to please do the right thing and turn yourself in’
Surrey RCMP investigate shots fired at Guildford-area jewelry store

Surrey RCMP investigate shots fired at Guildford-area jewelry store

One person shot by suspects in apparent attempted robbery
Surrey-White Rock MLA hopeful funds will increase accessible taxis in B.C.

Surrey-White Rock MLA hopeful funds will increase accessible taxis in B.C.

Province announces nearly $8M available in 2nd round of PTAP grants
UPDATE: One person dead after White Rock apartment fire

UPDATE: One person dead after White Rock apartment fire

Fire crews from Surrey assisted in knocking down third-storey blaze
Doggone glad to be home: South Surrey Labradoodle home safe after 17 days

Doggone glad to be home: South Surrey Labradoodle home safe after 17 days

Casper found – with the help of many – at Nico Wynd Golf Course
Surrey Board of Trade says transit strike will pose economic risks

Surrey Board of Trade says transit strike will pose economic risks

‘If a strike should occur, the B.C. government needs to step in’: Huberman
City-commissioned survey finds 46% of Surrey residents want to keep RCMP

City-commissioned survey finds 46% of Surrey residents want to keep RCMP

Surrey councillor questions use of taxpayers’ dollars to fund poll
Surrey dad in urgent need of donor as kidney nears failing point

Surrey dad in urgent need of donor as kidney nears failing point

David Jung desperately needs Type O donor with less than 5% kidney function
Blustery day for Christmas bird counters on waterfront

Blustery day for Christmas bird counters on waterfront

Black turnstones, cormorants, surf scoters among feathered friends spotted
Man fined $5K for bringing loaded gun across U.S.-Canada border

Man fined $5K for bringing loaded gun across U.S.-Canada border

Washington state resident stopped at Pacific Highway crossing in November 2022
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